4 Steps to Overcome a Devastating Setback w/ Dr. Cathy Collautt

August 5, 2014

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Have you ever experienced a setback or failure and had a tough time regaining your confidence?

An actor friend recently confessed, “I had this really, really awful experience on set four months ago and I haven’t been able to recover since. The director yelled at me in front of the whole crew. I lost my lines and couldn’t deliver what he wanted. It was a nightmare. It’s like a record scratch in my psyche and I can’t seem to get over it.”

My heart broke for her. She’s experienced and talented. She’s open hearted and self-aware. But no matter what she’s tried, this one creative catastrophe crushed her confidence and her ability to fully get back in the game.

She couldn’t stop feeling like a failure.

We’re all sensitive souls. Sometimes seemingly minor setbacks that our minds tell us should be “no big deal” can sink our self-confidence and hold us back from our dreams.

If you, or anyone you know, has trouble regaining their confidence after a failure, you’ll really appreciate today’s episode with the brilliant Dr. Cathy Collautt.

Learn four simple steps to overcome any setback in a healthy and soul-honoring way.

DIVE DEEPER: Want more from Dr. Cathy Coullautt? Learn how to reprogram your subconscious mind, get rid of limiting beliefs, and finally embrace your dreams.

Now, we’d love to hear from you.

What’s the biggest insight you’re taking away from today’s episode?

Or if you’ve been able to overcome a major setback, tell us what happened and what helped you the most.

Thanks in advance for sharing with compassion and kindness.

Leave as much detail as you can. Your story may be exactly what someone else needs to find the way back home.

With all my love and appreciation,


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